One Hue: So Many Shades

Posted on May 27 2019

If you are looking for a way to mix up and refresh your outfit, why not go monochromatic? Dressing all in one hue is a super simple and chic way to step out in style this weekend.

The best part is there are so many colours in the fashion world you are sure to find a shade that suits your unique style. It might seem like it's just about finding clothes that are the same shade but it is so much more than that.  It's about the cut, the fabrics and what you do with them. So we came up with some tips to help you look smart in monochromatic style, with a few of our favourite items from our Ann G Linen premium Linen range. 

Top 5 tips for monochromatic styling

# 1. Accessories

Small touches like a pop of another bright tone in the form of accessories will lift your ensemble and draw attention to the bag, belt or scarf.  These hot pink accessories will pop well with the Double Layer Tunic ensemble below.

     

# 2.  Small but mighty
For where height is a challenge d
ressing all in one colour can help accentuate your height so it's a great trend to try if you are petite. This means that you don't have to try and achieve height by wearing 6 inch stilettos on your feet, winning!

This silhouette is stylish and relaxed in our signature linen. With double layers on the bracelet length sleeves and hemline. We recommend matching with the matching colour Double Layer Pants or Straight Leg Pants to complete the look.

Shop this look here -- > http://bit.ly/2E7xzKv

# 3. Mute the tone
The best part of this trend is that if going bold in fire engine red is not for you, then you can still rock it in a muted hue for a subtle impact. Picking pieces of the same hue will elevate even the most casual outfit. 

Shop this look here -- > http://bit.ly/2Qbb5y5 {top} http://bit.ly/2w6dJMd {pant}

# 4. Tailor it

Tailoring is one of the simplest ways to master a one tone outfit. Go for a matching jacket and trouser combination. Add accessorize with matching handbag and shoes for an even bolder statement. 

# 5. Add some texture
The best part of picking just one colour to dress in is that you don't have to stick with just one shade.  Adding a piece that has some texture but the same hue can help to break it up. 

This Classic tunic meets the modern inspiration with asymmetric double layering and is the perfect combination of comfort and fashion. -->  http://bit.ly/2YBeSaP

Try experimenting with different shades of the same colour with layers, it can have such an impact by adding different dimensions to your outfit.       

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